For the first time, the Indian Navy has introduced camouflage uniform on the lines of the Army and the Indian Air Force. Navy camouflage uniform that will replace ‘Dress No. 10A’ — light blue half-sleeve shirt and navy blue trousers — has been introduced for officers. Sailors will get it by October 2021, reports Amrita Nayak Dutta.
From social prestige to similar professional experiences and pressures, from consolidating power to getting more promising cadres, the reasons why civil servants pick colleagues as life partners are several. But the road ahead is anything but smooth, reports Sanya Dhingra.
A study by Harvard University researchers has found that blood glucose levels in patients with Type 2 diabetes respond more to the perception of how much sugar is being consumed, rather than the actual intake, reports Sravasti Dasgupta.
A petition has been filed on change.org by a first year engineering student Sarthak Jain demanding justice for Siddhanth Batra, who lost his seat to a four-year electrical engineering course at IIT-Bombay after he mistakenly clicked on a wrong link during the admission process, reports Kritika Sharma.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Tattva has claimed to have formulated combinations of Ayurvedic and Siddha medicines that can help in prevention and treatment of Covid-19, reports Himani Chandna.
In my life, people thought I was against the Pakistani Army. Reality is I was just their fauji, writes General Twitter.
Modi can retreat like Manmohan Singh did under pressure from the Anna Hazare movement, or push farm reforms in Margaret Thatcher’s style, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.
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